September, 2021

Corona Max Forged Branch & Stem Pruner – Product Review

Green (Living) Review

Review by Michael Smith (Veshengro) I know that this review comes rather late but better late than never, as they say. The Corona Max Forged ClassicCUT Pruner is crafted from forged steel for the professional or demanding gardener. Its strength and durability means everyday use isn't a problem.

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As the Planet Has Warmed, Weather Disasters Have Grown Fivefold, Analysis Shows

Environmental News Network

Weather disasters have become five times more common since 1970, due in large part to climate change, according to a new report from the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). As the Planet Has Warmed, Weather Disasters Have Grown Fivefold, Analysis Shows

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7 Amazing Ways to Create an Eco-friendly Garden

Green Living Guy

In recent days, we’ve all witnessed the wrath of nature that caused severe damages to different countries around the globe, and needless to say, humans are responsible for this. Now it’s time to rectify all those mistakes and make this earth greener for our future generations.

Yes, Other Countries Are Making More Progress on Housing, Case 4: The United Kingdom and New Zealand

Sightline Daily

Last time, I chronicled France’s success at boosting homebuilding in greater Paris. This time, I look at the industrial world’s laggards in abundant housing.

The Love Stories of Sleepy Lizards

Cool Green Science

“What’s that on the road?” I wonder out loud, squinting at the dark, oblong shape in the center of the red dirt track. A tree root? A rusted tail-pipe? A weird rock? As we slow down, I recognize the strange… The post The Love Stories of Sleepy Lizards appeared first on Cool Green Science.

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Eating healthy and sustainably on a budget

Green Living Ideas

Eating right doesn’t have to break the bank. Yes, cashew cheese and vegan butter are expensive on the shelf, but overall, you can actually save a ton of money by focusing on eating healthy and sustainable foods.

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The Tesla of E-Scooters INOKIM seeks public offering on TASE

Green Prophet

The “Tesla of E-Scooters” INOKIM aims to file for a public offering in Tel Aviv. We interview Kfir Ben Shooshan to learn more. They seemed like child’s play at first: small, electric and stand-on scooters.

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Eco-friendly Ways to Keep Wildlife and Pests Out of Your Home

Green Living Guy

If you have recently noticed some unwanted wildlife or pests inside or around your home, pinpointing how to get rid of them and what to use to do so can feel overwhelming if you have never handled a task like this before on your own.

Nine Reasons to End Exclusionary Zoning

Sightline Daily

Most North American cities have outlawed everything except stand-alone houses on large lots on three-quarters or more of their residential land.

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How Citizen Science Aids Horseshoe Crab Conservation

Cool Green Science

New research shows just how useful citizen science is for horseshoe crab conservation. The post How Citizen Science Aids Horseshoe Crab Conservation appeared first on Cool Green Science. Latest Science Conservation Science Wildlife

Scandinavia’s largest wind farm has opened

A Greener Life

By Anders Lorenzen. Kriegers Flak offshore wind farm. Photo credit: Vattenfall. Kriegers Flak, the largest offshore wind farm in Scandinavia , has been opened by the Swedish energy giant Vattenfall.

17,500 tree species on at-risk extinction list

Green Prophet

World’s oldest olive trees are in Lebanon. A new report finds that 30% of the world’s trees are at risk for going extinct. Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI) has published a landmark State of the World’s Trees report.

Now Available: International Guidelines on Natural and Nature-Based Features for Flood Risk Management

Environmental News Network

Informing the implementation of nature-based solutions and natural infrastructure as an alternative to conventional hardened infrastructure. Now Available: International Guidelines on Natural and Nature-Based Features for Flood Risk Management

8 Ways Your Family Can Be More Eco-Friendly

Green Living Guy

As headlines about extreme weather and climate change continue to dominate the news, many of us are taking a closer look at our family’s daily habits.

In Some Cities, Most Voters Put Someone They Want on City Council—But Not Portland

Sightline Daily

In our last article, we showed how, if Portland used districts, many Portlanders wouldn’t get a candidate of choice on the city council. It doesn’t have to be that way. In several American localities, 80 or 90 percent of voters successfully elect someone they want onto the city council.

Have You Seen A Weasel Lately?

Cool Green Science

Where have all the weasels gone? The small carnivores are in decline, and you can help. The post Have You Seen A Weasel Lately? appeared first on Cool Green Science. From the Field Wildlife Mammal Watching Traveling Naturalist Urban Conservation

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Data Destruction: How Does it Work?

Living Green Technology

How easy is it to find a list of the passwords you use? What about your insurance details? Credit Cards? What about last year’s tax information? Where do you keep your pay stubs? For most, the answer is your computer or phone.

4 Changes at Home That Can Help You Save Money and Environment

EcoFriend

4 Changes at Home That Can Help You Save Money and Environment With so many stories in the news lately about the devastating impact that climate change is having on… The post 4 Changes at Home That Can Help You Save Money and Environment appeared first on Ecofriend.

NASA at Your Table: Climate Change and Its Environmental Impacts on Crop Growth

Environmental News Network

Around the world, agricultural practices have developed as a function of topography, soil type, crop type, annual rainfall, and tradition. NASA at Your Table: Climate Change and Its Environmental Impacts on Crop Growth

Sustainable Eating: Tips For Healthy Planet And Body

Green Living Guy

Before taking that perfect bite of your favorite hamburger or cheese burst vegetarian pepperoni pizza, did you stop to consider that the process of creating a delightful platter meant mercilessly slaughtering of endless animals? It’s justifiable if you did not because most people don’t.

Rewilding the Scottish highlands

Green Prophet

Rewilding is where nature goes back to where it belongs, wild and free. Massive efforts have started to rewild Europe and then the world. Are you listening?

8 Cool US Mammals You Haven’t Seen

Cool Green Science

Search for these cool but cryptic mammals across the United States. The post 8 Cool US Mammals You Haven’t Seen appeared first on Cool Green Science. Latest Science Mammal Watching Traveling Naturalist Wildlife

World’s largest direct air CO2 capture plant opens?

A Greener Life

The Orca direct air carbon capture plant. Photo credit: Climeworks. By Anders Lorenzen. Swiss company Climeworks has opened the world’s largest plant that will directly capture CO2 from the atmosphere.

The Top Eco-Friendly Dog Toys and Food in 2021

Living Green Technology

Dogs have a significant environmental impact because of their toys, food, and other pet care accessories. The majority of dog toys and food packaging use single-use plastics, and most pet food is not environmentally sustainable.

Freshwater Ecosystems at Risk Due to Glyphosate Use

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A series of recent research papers from a McGill-led team has found that the herbicide glyphosate—commonly sold under the label Roundup—can alter the structure of natural freshwater bacterial and zooplankton communities. Freshwater Ecosystems at Risk Due to Glyphosate Use

Culture trip through Frankfurt am Main in the MINI Cooper SE

Green Living Guy

Frankfurt. Just like New York’s famous district, Hesse’s largest city, Frankfurt am Main, has much more to offer than money trading and investment advice. Culture, for example. And that can be wonderfully experienced in the MINI Cooper SE (fuel consumption combined: 0.0

Kids with nicotine in their hair!

Green Prophet

We already know how processed food is degrading our kids’ bones. And while smoking seems so 70s, people are still doing it around their kids and the effects are showing up in their hair.

An Introduction to Bird Banding

Cool Green Science

Bird banding has become one of the most useful tactics in bird conservation. Here’s what you need to know. The post An Introduction to Bird Banding appeared first on Cool Green Science. Birds & Birding Birds Conservation Science

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UN: ‘We are likely to miss climate targets’

A Greener Life

Photo credit: Istock. By Anders Lorenzen. Just months before the crucial COP26 climate summit begins, the UN has issued a stark warning that we are far off the speed needed to tackle the climate crisis.

Washington’s Shortage of Homes is Squeezing Communities Throughout the State

Sightline Daily

Soaring home prices in the tech-booming Seattle metro have been the stuff of headlines for decades. But recently, cities of all sizes throughout Washington state are feeling the pain of a statewide shortage of homes.

Climate Change Threatens Base of Polar Oceans’ Bountiful Food Webs

Environmental News Network

The cold polar oceans give rise to some of the largest food webs on Earth. Climate Change Threatens Base of Polar Oceans’ Bountiful Food Webs

How To Move Houses Sustainably: Tips on Eco-Friendly Moving

Green Living Guy

Moving houses is a stressful process. With the packing and cleaning to do in advance, all the time spent on your hands and knees scrubbing floors before you leave, and the sheer physical effort of carrying everything from one place to another. It’s also environmentally devastating.

Will engineering bacteria save us?

Green Prophet

Bacteria may rule the planet and they certainly rule our gut. Will engineering help us or be our downfall? The World Health Organization recently defined bacteria resistance to antibiotics as one of the most significant dangers to public health and food safety.

Moose in the Morning: 20 Years of Silver Creek

Cool Green Science

Twenty years of conservation writing, and a creek runs through it. The post Moose in the Morning: 20 Years of Silver Creek appeared first on Cool Green Science. From the Field Fish Protected Areas Traveling Naturalist

Opinion: What the gas crisis tells us

A Greener Life

Photo credit: Getty Images. By Anders Lorenzen. Every couple of years the UK experiences a gas crisis. This is a signal not only of the country’s unhealthy reliance on fossil fuels but also a failure to move away from gas in a way that other countries have done successfully.

Earth911 Podcast: Torii Industries Plots Hot-Water-as-a-Service for the Home

Earth 911

Earth911 explores the circular economy potential of subscription hot-water-as-a-service programs with Gordon Olson, co-founder and. The post Earth911 Podcast: Torii Industries Plots Hot-Water-as-a-Service for the Home appeared first on Earth911.

Geologically Vibrant Continents Produce Higher Biodiversity

Environmental News Network

Using a new mechanistic model of evolution on Earth, researchers at ETH Zurich can now better explain why the rainforests of Africa are home to fewer species than the tropical forests of South America and Southeast Asia. Geologically Vibrant Continents Produce Higher Biodiversity